The Reason There's a Hole in Your Spaghetti Spoon Is Actually Genius

 
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(goodhousekeeping) Prepare yourself to view one of your kitchen utensils in a whole new light after reading this. The thing is, we've discovered something wonderful about the spaghetti spoon, and it's pretty close to life-changing. That is not an exaggeration, either.

The Reason There's a Hole in Your Spaghetti Spoon Is Actually Genius

Take a look at this picture of a nice spaghetti spoon, posted by Imgur user PolarChi on to the picture-sharing site. Looks like any, ordinary spaghetti spoon, doesn't it?

But wait: there's nothing ordinary about this. See the big hole in the spoon? There's a reason for that. And a good one at that. Did you know that you're supposed to use that very hole to determine how much spaghetti to cook per portion?

It's always been one of life's mysteries, the exact amount of spaghetti to cook. You either cook enough for a remake of the feeding of the five thousand, or you give yourself a feeble amount that wouldn't be enough to fill the stomach of a six-year-old child.

But place the dried spaghetti in the hole, et voila: there's your measurements.

Now be on your way, happy and free in the knowledge that there's often more to things in life than we first notice.

Fuente: www.goodhousekeeping.com
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